As you know, Yowie are sick. Parsing any Yowie is not always an easy feat; there's a lot scrambling up-hill to be done in Cryptooology and Damning With Fain...
Coming off the back of their surprise album release OK release last year, mathcore overlords The Fall Of Troy will be bringing their bombastic fury to Japanese fans for the very first time this June.
fter a couple of years on the scene, New Orleans quartet Static Masks will evolve to a higher form of Pokemon as they release their debut album this Friday. Late Bloomer wanders gracefully between the boundaries of math rock, shoegaze, indie and emo revival. It's eight tracks are punchy but unhinged, coherent but just a little askew to keep things unpredictable. We're loving it here in FB-land so this week we're bringing it to you a little earlier.
When Osnabrueck musician Benjamin Gunther aka Lilly Legit got in touch with us last year with his prime cut of piano-based jazzy math rock, we were pretty stoked to say the least. Coming off the back of our premiere of Lilly Legit's debut album last year there was talk, likes, upvotes, you know, lots of social media validation.
Being predominately loop based, guitarist frontwoman Kim drives the groove with looped guitar melodies stacked atop each other, slowly build a soundscape of mathy and hypnotic rhapsody, with Kim's guitar lines interlayered between Evan's tactical polyrhythmic-rich drumming.
Kodiak Empire is one of those rare finds. The Australian quintet have wedged themselves nicely in the Venn diagram crossover between prog and alternative. T...
Pigment Vehicle are unfortunately one of those bands whose mark has corroded with time. Due to its size, the annals of math rock are almost entirely restricted to the internet, and unfortunately the Canadian math rock quartet disbanded long before the digital age, and too small for a cult of dedicated fans to revive them.
So the whole world is starting to contemplate WWIII, the least we can do is bring you some exclusive math rock. Y'know, help start your week off with a bit o' chirp. And we're super excited about this one.
Japan experimental jazz trio mouse on the keys transition from the resounding melodic poignancy of previous records towards a softer, minimalist and ultimately more somber territory in Out Of Body. It is a territory that comprises brooding post-punk synths in 'Earache'...